The service gives high importance to data security and ensures all data is encrypted as it flows between inkjets and devices
Do you want a cable free printer experience in today's world when nothing seems to be attached to the cords anymore? You can absolutely have this if you are tied up with Google Cloud Print or the Apple AirPrint. Now there is one more option to this list which is the Samsung Cloud Print. The service is going to launch alongside an Android app in June and the iOS version will come somewhere in the second half of the year and we are also expecting a Smart TV app at some point too.
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All the apps are going to come along with strong promises for security and it will be ensured that all the data of the users which falls between the inkjet and the device is encrypted. Moreover, the Samsung's freshly updated Knox service is going to give an added advantage to the users with promised "enhanced security" through a level integration between Knox and Cloud Print.